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Case l:ll-cr-10260-NMG Document 32 Filed 01/20/12 Page 1 of 2 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS 

CRIMINAL No. 
11-10260-NMG 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

v. 

AARON SWARTZ 

ORDER ON EXCLUDABLE TIME 

January 20, 2012 
DEIN, M.J. 

The status conference, originally scheduled for January 25, 2012, has been 

continued to March 15, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at the request of the parties, to enable all 

parties to further coordinate the production and review of the voluminous documents in 

this case. With the agreement of the parties, this court finds and concludes, pursuant 

to the provisions of 1 8 U.S.C. § 31 61 (h)(7)(A) and Section 5(b)(7)(B) of the Plan for 

Prompt Disposition of Criminal Cases in the United States District Court for the District 

of Massachusetts (Statement of Time Limits Adopted by the Court and Procedures for 

Implementing Them, Effective December 2008) that the defendant requires additional 

time for the preparation of an effective defense, including time for review of the 

evidence, preparation of motions and consideration of alternatives concerning how best 

to proceed, and that the interests of justice outweighs the best interests of the public 

and the defendant for a trial within seventy days of the return of an indictment, and that 

not granting this continuance would deny counsel for the defendant a reasonable time 

necessary for effective preparation. See 1 8 U.S.C. § 31 61 (h)(7)(B)(iv). 



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Accordingly, it is hereby ordered that the Clerk of this Court enter excludable 
time for the period of 

January 25, 2012 through March 15, 2012, 
that being the period between the expiration of the last order on excludable time and 
the next status conference. 

Based upon the prior orders of the court dated July 19, 201 1 , September 9, 

201 1 , November 8, 201 1 , December 1 4, 201 1 and this order, at the time of the Interim 

Status Conference on March 15, 2012 there will be zero (0) days of non-excludable 

time under the Speedy Trial Act and seventy (70) days will remain under the Speedy 

Trial Act in which this case must be tried. 

/ s / Judith Gail Dein 

JUDITH GAIL DEIN 

United States Magistrate Judge 



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